What colors were 1966 Mustangs?

What colors were 1966 Mustangs?

1966 Ford Mustang • Colors

1966 Wimbledon White (M)
1966 Antique Bronze (P)
1966 Ivy Green met. (R)
1966 Candy Apple Red (T)

What is Rangoon Red?

Also Mercury “Carnival Red” and Continental “Fiesta Red” Rangoon Red first came on the scene in 1962 with Ford’s Sunliner and was followed shortly by the Galaxie and Falcon. This is a deep red with no metallics needed to get noticed.

What is the difference between a 1965 and 1966 Ford Mustang?

A 1965 Mustang will feature vertical grille bars. A 1966 Ford Mustang will feature the running horse without a vertical grille bar. This gives the appearance of a free floating running horse that has no visible attachments. 1966 Mustangs with side scoop trim feature three horizontal sweeps.

What color is the trunk spatter finish on a 1966 Mustang?

Note that the trunk spatter finish is Black and White on Gray Brown, DX-1756 (PPG). It is hard to see the colors on the web, so we decided to include the 1966 Mustang color chart below the codes table for reference. Below that is a second ’66 Mustang color chart with PPG numbers too.

What colors did 1966 Mustang convertible tops come in?

Convertible top colors were either black or white as standard. Obviously these days you can get 1966 Mustang convertible tops in any color you can think of. These are parts meant to stay neutral in color on the ’66 Mustang.

What are the interior colors of a Ford Mustang?

In addition to regular colors, special additional colors offered were: Palomino Metallic, Medium Silver Metallic, Maroon Metallic, Silver Blue Metallic & Light Beige. The following were the interior trim options. During the first Mustang generation, the interior materials used changed all the time.

How many rows of seats does a 1966 Mustang have?

1966 Mustang Technical Data Convertible, standard 56,409 Convertible, bench seat 3,190 Convertible, luxury 12,520 Coupe, standard 422,416